Classical Poems


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Vachel Lindsay poet What The Scare-Crow Said by Vachel Lindsay
The dim-winged spirits of the night
Do fear and serve me well.
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Vachel Lindsay poet What The Sexton Said by Vachel Lindsay
Your dust will be upon the wind
Within some certain years,
5.71 0
Padraic Colum poet What The Shutter Said As She Lay By The Fire by Padraic Colum
In The Farmer's House
I'M glad to lie on a sack of leaves
5.56 0
Nikolay Alekseyevich Nekrasov poet What The Sleepless Grandam Thinks by Nikolay Alekseyevich Nekrasov
All through the cold night, beating wings shadowy
Sweep o'er the church-village poor,--
5.38 0
James Stephens poet What The Snake Saw by James Stephens
A little girl and a big ugly man
Went down the road. The girl was crying
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Vachel Lindsay poet What The Snow Man Said by Vachel Lindsay
The Moon’s a snowball. See the drifts
Of white that cross the sphere.
5.55 0
Weldon Kees poet What The Spider Heard by Weldon Kees
Will there be time for eggnogs and eclogues
In the place where we’re going?
5.50 1
John Keats poet What The Thrush Said. Lines From A Letter To John Hamilton.. by John Keats
O thou whose face hath felt the Winter's wind,
Whose eye has seen the snow-clouds hung in mist
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John Greenleaf Whittier poet What The Traveller Said At Sunset by John Greenleaf Whittier
The shadows grow and deepen round me,
I feel the deffall in the air;
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Madison Julius Cawein poet What The Trees Said To The Little Boy by Madison Julius Cawein
Once when the park
Was very dark
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John Greenleaf Whittier poet What The Voice Said by John Greenleaf Whittier
MADDENED by Earth's wrong and evil,
'Lord!' I cried in sudden ire,
5.52 0
James Whitcomb Riley poet What The Wind Said by James Whitcomb Riley
'I muse to-day, in a listless way,
In the gleam of a summer land;
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Francis Bret Harte poet What The Wolf Really Said To Little Red Riding-Hood by Francis Bret Harte
Wondering maiden, so puzzled and fair,
Why dost thou murmur and ponder and stare?
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William Butler Yeats poet What Then? by William Butler Yeats
HIS chosen comrades thought at school
He must grow a famous man;
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Robert Kirkland Kernighan poet What They Found In The Snow by Robert Kirkland Kernighan
Sifting, sifting, sifting,
Till all the black street was clean ;
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John Newton poet What Think Ye Of Christ? by John Newton
What think you of Christ? is the test
To try both your state and your scheme;
5.10 0
Walt Whitman poet What Think You I Take My Pen In Hand? by Walt Whitman

WHAT think you I take my pen in hand to record?
5.67 0
Augustus Montague Toplady poet What Though I Cannot Break My Chain by Augustus Montague Toplady
What though I cannot break my chain
Or e’er throw off my load,
5.50 0
Jean Blewett poet What Time The Morning Stars Arise by Jean Blewett
ABOVE him spreads the purple sky,
Beneath him spreads the ether sea,
5.50 0
Edgar Albert Guest poet What To Do by Edgar Albert Guest
IF I had wealth and I had health,
And I 'd a roof above me,
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Katharine Tynan poet What Turned The Germans Back by Katharine Tynan
WHAT turned the German myriads back
From Paris whither they had won?
5.61 0
Ella Wheeler Wilcox poet What Uncle Rob Says by Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Uncle Rob says,
That once on a time the fire flies
4.44 0
Lalleshwari poet What Was It You Had Sown Which Should Have Borne A Rich Ha.. by Lalleshwari
What was it you had sown which should have borne a rich harvest?
You had but tanned a carcass hide,
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William Butler Yeats poet What Was Lost by William Butler Yeats
I SING what was lost and dread what was won,
I walk in a battle fought over again,
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Amir Khusro poet What Was The Place by Amir Khusro
I wonder what was the place where I was last night,
All around me were half-slaughtered victims of love, tossing about in agony.
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